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Sunday, February 19, 2012

The Mecca- Dallas, TX

This renowned, family owned, greasy spoon known for incredible cinnamon rolls delivers on having one of the best sweet treats for breakfast in all of Dallas. The restaurant itself is very cool! The eclectic decor adds to the appeal and the building and its' history makes this place a great spot to have breakfast in Dallas! 

If you visit this restaurant take a friend, because you have to at least try the regular size cinnamon roll. Even though the regular sized roll is big, sweet, and delicious the two pound looks amazing! Check out these vides and see how this great breakfast is made!

This classic diner offers counter service with the kind of customer service you would expect from a classic hole in the wall like this. The breakfast menu is simple, offering mostly the basics in breakfast with the two pound cinnamon roll being their specialty. Although we did not try everything on the menu, the quality of our sampling was much like the service and what you might expect at an old bodega. Prices are very reasonable and portion sizes were good making this a great value for breakfast in Dallas. 

Dirk Eats the 2lb. cinnamon roll in the Travel Channel's Mavs Versus food!

The Mecca is a Dallas classic with amazing cinnamon rolls, being included on the D Magazine Best Breakfast Top 20 List, and being featured on many TV programs, such as the Food Network.  However the cleanliness really appeared to be an area of opportunity despite the age of the restaurant. Although the cleanliness is something to watch for, we would happily return for breakfast and to satisfy a sweet tooth! 

Tell us if you have ever had the cinnamon and what you think about it! Or if you could eat a two pounder yourself would you do it!?

**UPDATE 7/23/13
The Mecca has moved from the old location on Harry Hines to the Lake Wood area in East Dallas. Check out the Mecca's website for more information.
5815 Live Oak St.
Dallas, TX
Mecca on Urbanspoon

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